Call for Submissions! LSE Law Review! Volume IX 2023-24! Submit Now!

Call for Submissions! LSE Law Review! Volume IX 2023-24! Submit Now!

About this journal

The LSE Law Review is a student-run law journal seeking to provide a platform for high-quality legal scholarship, with the aim of contributing to debates pertaining to all areas of the law. Our Editorial Board is composed of LSE students from all years of study who are fully responsible for all editorial and organisational decisions in relation to the Review’s publication. We work independently, albeit with the endorsement, of the LSE Law School.

The LSE Law Review is now accepting submissions for publication in our Summer 2024 Issue!

The best submissions will stand to win cash prizes. Between 2023-2024, prizes ranging up to £750 were sponsored by Three Verulam Buildings, One Essex Court, 6KBW College Hill, Serle Court and the LSE Law Review. Furthermore, all successful submissions will be published on the LSE Law Review website, HeinOnline and vLex Justis, and will also be indexed on Thomson Reuters WestLaw.

Final Deadline: 11 August 2024, 11.59pm UK Time (BST).

Submissions should be made electronically through website under “start a submission”.

Writings can be in the form of an article (4,000-20,000 words); case note (1,000-4,000 words); or a letter to the editor addressing current legal developments or drawing attention to a legal issue that the author considers important (up to 2000 words). All word limits exclude footnotes. Submissions should be on an area within UK, EU, and/or International Law. Submissions on Foreign Law may be accepted where there is a strong comparative analysis with UK, EU, and/or International Law.

Anyone is welcome to submit their work to us (including undergraduate students, postgraduate students, graduates, practitioners). However, we generally do not publish submissions from pre-university students or academics who have already attained PhD degrees.

For more information, please see our submission guidelines. Any further queries can be sent to [email protected].

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